Praise for They’re Calling Me Home
“Rhiannon Giddens’ newest album goes back in time to soothe the soul of listeners today”
- NPR Here & Now
"A near perfect album...her finest work to date"
- No Depression
"Masterfully mixes the music of Ireland, Italy, Appalachia and heaven"
- Associated Press
"A sublime follow-up to 2019's There Is No Other. Most striking of all is 'O Death,' in which Giddens' extraordinary voice hits new levels of resolute power"
- Uncut, 9 out of 10
“They’re Calling Me Home is very much its own project, exploring a specific facet within one’s understanding of personal identity”
- American Songwriter
“Rhiannon's voice is as soaring and show-stopping as ever”
- Brooklyn Vegan
“Giddens finds a note between despair and hope — a powerful resistance that speaks to the day when she can finally go home”
- Holler Country
"One of the most quietly beautiful and evocative records you’re likely to hear this year"
- Air Mail